The University of Tulsa is focused on your health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 public health crisis. TU community members should carefully read and review TU Health Resources in order to take necessary health and safety precautions and engage in Daily Health Checks. We encourage our faculty, staff, and students to obtain information from Alexander Health Center, community health care providers, state health authorities, and the CDC’s COVID-19 website.
As we settle into our new normal which may or may not include living on campus, there are still plenty of ways to experience college life. You'll discover many ways to immerse yourself in the TU community whether online or in-person.
I love the tight community that TU offers, close relationships with professors, faculty and peers, as well as the ability to be very involved on campus, even as an underclassman.
Katarina Michna, Computer Information Systems, Fayetteville, AR
Undergraduate and graduate research are a way of life in our state-of-the-art labs and classrooms where faculty know your name and offer a guiding hand. And TU research isn’t limited to science or engineering. It’s encouraged among literature scholars and future CEOs. Discovery is a lifelong pursuit and is at the heart of what we do at TU.
As a college athlete and potential graduate student, I have faced adversity but my professors and the TU community have always been there to help lead me in the right direction and achieve my goals.
Robert Revels lll, Organizational Studies, Houston, TX
Learning may look different these days but the TU community is here to support every student through whatever they might need.
I have found my place among loving friends, driven students and motivated professors. TU has allowed me opportunities to interact with the Tulsa community, experience different cultures and discover what truly interests me.
Julianne Tran, Exercise and Sports Science, Mustang, OK
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Choctaw treasures: From New France to Old France
Far from their origins in the vast French colony once known as Louisiana, Choctaw objects are about to gain new visibility in an exhibition being developed in Versailles. Playing an instrumental role in this project is TU communications alumna Cady Shaw (BA ’99).
Professors awarded NOVA FuTUre Fund innovation prizes
Associate Professor of English Grant Jenkins and Chapman Associate Professor of Anthropology Miriam Belmaker are the latest recipients of NOVA Fellowship FuTUre Fund innovation prizes.